Lights can not only help keep you safe, but prevent you from being legally negligent in case of an accident.
Attorney Bob Mionske examines whether roundabouts or traditional traffic intersections are more safe for cyclists.
The VeloNews legal expert offers a few tips on who is responsible when a cyclist-pedestrian or cyclist-cyclist crash occurs.
You should always ride with lights at night, but what about during the day? Bob Mionske explores some specific examples when riders may be legally advised to use lights during the traditional daylight hours.
People still need to move around even when they’re sheltering in place and practicing social distancing. Bike booms have come and gone, but bicycles and cyclists have never gone away.
The issue is whether a teen on a bike should be facing incarceration and a lifetime felony criminal record for failing to hear an alleged command to 'Stop!'
Rideshare cars like Uber and Lyft are now everywhere on U.S. streets. A complex legal situation exists for cyclists who are hit by Uber or Lyft drivers.
The season for knowing your state's laws around lighting and investing in hi-viz and reflective clothing has arrived. We guide you through what you need to know to stay safe and stay legal.
When we excuse careless driving by blaming the victims of careless driving, we ensure that other drivers will continue to drive carelessly.
Bob discusses how to deal with pranksters who want to harass you when you're on a ride
Laws requiring drivers to give adequate space to cyclists are a step in the right direction, but law-enforcement efforts have room to improve.